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NoMA: North Massachusetts Avenue Neighborhood Access Study and Transportation Management Plan

NoMA: North Massachusetts Avenue Neighborhood Access Study and Transportation Management Plan

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NoMA is a neighborhood in Washington DC that was named for its location north of Massachusetts Avenue. NoMA is rapidly transforming into one of the District’s most exciting mixed use centers. Formerly an industrial area defined by surface parking lots and warehouses, this 35-block neighborhood will soon be home to more than 20 million square feet of high density, mixed use development, including thousands of new residential units interspersed with high rise office buildings and new hotels, restaurants, shops, and cafes. As each new building in NoMA is constructed, the neighborhood’s emergence as a vibrant mixed-use center comes closer to reality.
NoMA is a neighborhood in Washington DC that was named for its location north of Massachusetts Avenue. NoMA is rapidly transforming into one of the District’s most exciting mixed use centers. Formerly an industrial area defined by surface parking lots and warehouses, this 35-block neighborhood will soon be home to more than 20 million square feet of high density, mixed use development, including thousands of new residential units interspersed with high rise office buildings and new hotels, restaurants, shops, and cafes. As each new building in NoMA is constructed, the neighborhood’s emergence as a vibrant mixed-use center comes closer to reality.

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Published by: District Department of Transportation on Dec 14, 2011
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NoMA
NORTH MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE
NEIGHBORHOOD ACCESS STUDY ANDTRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT PLAN 
FINAL - MARCH 31, 2010
 
This Plan was prepared under the guidance of the District Department of Transportaon (DDOT).
DDOT Project Managers
Allan Fye
Transportaon PlannerTransportaon Policy and Planning AdministraonDistrict Department of Transportaon
Jamie Henson
Transportaon PlannerTransportaon Policy and Planning AdministraonDistrict Department of Transportaon
District Agencies
Many District agencies contributed to the development of this Plan, including but not limited to:
DDOT – Transportaon Policy and Planning AdministraonDDOT – Infrastructure Project Management AdministraonDDOT – Mass Transit AdministraonDDOT – Transportaon Operaons AdministraonDC Oce of Planning
Guidance and support for the development of this Plan was also provided by the following:
T S Cmm Mmb
Anne Phelps
David S. Ball
Deborah CrainDoug FirstenbergKeith SilverKen WaltonKevin CosimanoLiz Price
DDOT would also like to thank the members of the NoMA Business Improvement District (BID) InfrastructureCommiee who contributed to the development of this Plan.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Melissa
Bird
Ogechi ElekwachiRob SeldinSamuel
P.
SimoneSylvia PinkneyTomika HugheyTony Richardson
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